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Full text of "The manufacture and properties of iron and steel"

TABLE  OF  CONTENTS.                                         3d
CHAPTER VII.—THE BASIC BESSEMER PROCESS.       PAGE
SECTION Vila.        Outline of the basic Bessemer process..........    113
Vllb.       Elimination of phosphorus....................    114
VIIc.     ' Amount of lime required.....................    115
Vlld.        Chemical reactions............................    116
Vile.        Elimination of sulphur.......................    117
Vllf.       Calorific equation..............................    119
Vllg.       Recarburization.................................120
CHAPTER VIII.—THE OPEN-HEARTH FURNACE.
SECTION Villa.      Description of a regenerative furnace..........    122
VHIb.      Quality of the gas required...................    123
VIIIc.      Construction of a furnace.....................    125
VHId.      Tilting open-hearth furnace....................    132
VIIIe.      Method of charging...........................    143
VHIf.      Ports........................................    144
Vlllg.     Valves........................................    144
Vlllh.      Regulation of the temperature.................    146
VHIi.       Calorific equation.............................    148
CHAPTER IX.—FUEL.
SECTION IXa.         The combustion of    fuel.......................    158
IXb.         Producers ....................................    160
IXc.          Miscellaneous fuels............................    167
IXd.         Heating furnaces..............................    170
IXe.         Coke ovens....................................    173
IXf.         Coal  washing................,................    178
CHAPTER X.—THE ACID OPEN-HEARTH PROCESS.
SECTION Xa.          Nature of the charge in a steel melting furnace.    179
Xb.           Chemical history during melting...............    180
Xc.           Chemical history after melting.................    181
Xd.           Quantitative calculations on slags.............     183
Xe.          Reduction of iron ore when added to a charge..    184
Xf.           Pig and ore process............................    184
Xg.           Conditions modifying the product..............    185
Xh.           Sulphur and phosphorus.......................    187
Xi.           Method of making tests........................    187
Xj.           Recarburization  ..............................    188
CHAPTER XI.—THE BASIC OPEN-HEARTH PROCESS.
SECTION XIa.         Construction of a basic open-hearth bottom.. —   190
Xlb.         Functions of the basic additions...............    190